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Néa (1976) In Genève, bookseller and publisher Axel Thorpe catches willful, rich 16-year old Sibylle Ashby shop lifting. She brags about her writing, so he challenges her to produce a book. She writes an erotic novel that Thorpe publishes anonymously, and it becomes a best seller. She also tries to capture the love of this 40-year old ...
Could it be Don't Die Too hard! Original titled La tour Montparnasse infernale From the Description on IMDB - "Eric and Ramzy are working as window washers at the Montparnasse skyscraper in Paris. Thinking that he has a date set up with beautiful executive Marie-Joelle (who in reality hates his guts), Ramzy stays at work late while Eric hangs around with ...
This sounds like The Princess Bride, (1987). Cary Elwes looks something like Jean Marais, and his character defeats Mandy Patinkin in a sword-fight, Andre the Gaint in hand-to-hand combat, and Wallace Shawn in a battle of wits. (The battle of wits is the poisoned-wine scene.)
At first I thought of Jeux d'enfants (AKA Love Me If You Dare), but it sounds like you're talking about Claude Chabrol's La demoiselle d'honneur (AKA The Bridesmaid) from 2004, though some of the details are a bit off. From IMDb (contains spoilers, of course, and the most important part is in italics): In Lille, the hairdresser Christine has raised her ...
The french title of this movie may be : La tour Montparnasse infernale.
The swimming pool and the attack at the end sound like Catherine Breillat's Fat Girl, (2001). On the way back she becomes tired and decides to sleep at a rest stop, where an axe murderer arrives, killing Elena with an axe and strangling her mother.
Sounds like Entrusted from 2003, based on Loup Durand's novel Daddy. From an online recap: The film tells the story of Thomas von Gall (Thomas Brodie-Sangster), an 11-year-old chess genius who is kidnapped by the Nazis who want to use him to get to his mother, Maria (Giovanna Mezzogiorno). She is one of the leaders of the French underground helping the ...
Possibly La crise from 1992? The plot summary on IMDB indicates that this is a film about a lawyer who becomes unemployed and single on the same day. There are a couple other similarities with what you've mentioned above as well.
Possibly Se souvenir des belles choses (AKA Beautiful Memories) from 2001: Although barely 30, Claire believes she is showing the first symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, a condition from which her mother has recently died. Her sister, Nathalie, is certain that her memory loss, caused by a lightning strike, is temporary. In the clinic where she is being ...
Thank you for helping i got it the name of the movie is Le zèbre (1992) sorry for any time wastage
Found it. The name of the movie is The Room. It's Belgian. Actor is Pascal Duquenne.
I found it myself, the movie in question is "Das Glück an der Autobahn" ("Comme un air d'autoroute") :) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3222994/?ref_=nm_flmg_com_3 The psychological trauma is, that he was raised as a foundling at that gas station... so this is his home and he is quite attached to it... The so called girlfriend is the daughter of the evil gas ...
Could be Cent mille dollars au soleil (1964) aka ''Greed in the Sun''. Rocco (Jean-Paul Belmondo) and his female accomplice, Angèle (Anne-Maire Coffinet) hijack a truck from a trucking company in the Saharan desert. The head of the trucking company, Castigliano (Gert Frobe, Goldfinger) hires Rocco’s friend, Hervé (Lino Ventura) and a newly ...
I have not watched that film but, from your description, it could be "Crossed tracks" (original title: "Roman de Gare"), of Claude Lelouch (2007).
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